Liberty Global Falls Short on Fourth-Quarter Sales The Best Way to Be a Billionaire Before You're 40 $100 Million F-35B Is Almost Combat Ready... or Is It? India Is Biggest Emerging Market Turnaround Story: Nomura London's Ghost Tube Stations Get a New Life Greece Is Playing a Huge Game of Chicken: Von Pfeil California Drought: How Locals Are Changing Their Habits Has India Changed in Prime Minister Modi’s First Year? What's Hot at China's Newest Gadget Fair What's the Secret Sauce to Becoming a Billionaire? The Winners and Losers in Charter, Time Warner Cable Deal Liberty Global Falls Short on Fourth-Quarter Sales Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Share on LinkedInShare on RedditShare on Google+E-mail Feb. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on the top company news of the day on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance.” Most Recent Videos IAG to make formal bid for Ryanair's Aer Lingus stake A Good Day for European Equities FIFA Sponsors Could Play Major Role in Scandal: Rishe BA Boss Walsh Warns of Dangers of U.K. Quitting EU DOJ's Soccer Probe May Be 'Wide Sweeping,' Garcia May 27, 2015 Are Sepp Blatter and FIFA Too Big Too Fail? 22:36 - Reputation.com CEO Michael Fertik weighs in on the FIFA corruption scandal. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg) May 27, 2015 Riding Out the Airlines' Turbulent Year May 27, 2015 Greece Likely to Miss Dealine May 27, 2015 Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft: Who's Leading Tech?